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Is hd video card 4650 compatible with windows 7?

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November 26, 2009 2:29:59 AM

I installed a Radeon ATI XFX HD 4650 PCI, 2DDR, 1gig, video card into my vista desktop 3 months ago, and it worked perfectly. I only needed it to run 2 mintors a dvi and a vga. Yesterday I attempted to install Windows 7 and both screens went black.The device manager was unable to locate any video cards at all (the original had been removed). I called Dell, and they told me that the card was not recognized, and therefore not compatible with "7". Then I called Radeon, and they said it was definitely compatible. The bottom line is I had to do a system restore to get back to Vista where all worked well again. i really need "7". HELP! bruceled@yahoo.com
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November 26, 2009 2:44:26 AM

yes it is!
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November 26, 2009 2:44:53 AM

im running it!
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November 26, 2009 2:48:07 AM

First of all, don't post your email here. You will feel the wrath of the spammers very soon.

Your 4650 most definitely is compatible with Windows 7. If you have a spare hard drive available (or if you can borrow one from a friend that they don't need) wipe it out and do a clean install of 7. See what happens. In-place upgrades, while not specifically prone to these kinds of issues, do carry with them a higher risk of problems in general, manifesting in many different ways.
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November 26, 2009 2:52:32 AM

im running it now on a clean install win 7 64 bit!
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November 26, 2009 3:01:56 AM

SR-71 Blackbird said:
im running it now on a clean install win 7 64 bit!


Yes... for the love of god, we know it's compatible with 7. Did it really require you to post 3 times?
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